Scottish Premiership Betting Tips

Dundee vs Hibernian betting tips: Scottish Premiership preview, predictions and odds


Hibernian are unbeaten in 12 meetings with Dundee, winning eight, dating back to 2012. The Dee have only kept two clean sheets in their last 12 Premiership games, both coming in goalless draws.

Hibs to win and both teams to score is 15/4.

Hibs to win and over 2.5 goals is 13/5.

Christian Doidge is 9/2 to break the deadlock and 8/5 to score anytime.

Match preview

Can Hibernian's recent upturn in form continue?

On Sunday, Hibs held Celtic to a rather uneventful goalless draw in which neither side really looked particularly likely to score.

Nevertheless, that's a very useful point for Shaun Maloney's men who also beat Ross County 2-0 eight days earlier; Jake Doyle-Hayes with a brace.

So, despite being winless in six games before that victories over the Staggies, Hibs are now fourth which would be enough to see them get back into Europe.

Will they cement their top four place with another win here?

As for Dundee, it's looking bleak for them having been hammered 4-0 by Livingston on Saturday.

This is their biggest home league defeat since going down 5-0 to Celtic in a Halloween horror show in 2018.

So, Mark McGhee has now lost both matches since taking over the Dark Blues having also gone down 3-2 at Parkhead a week earlier.

The Dee remain rooted to the foot of the table, two points behind St Johnstone in the play-off spot, and a whopping nine points from safety.

Will Hibernian be too strong at Dens Park?

Dundee team news

After a shambolic display on Saturday, Mark McGhee might look to shake things up with his team selection.

Young centre-back Zeno Ibsen Rossi was taken off just 23 minutes into that one so is unlikely to keep his place here.

With Lee Ashcroft injured, Ryan Sweeney and Jordan McGhee are the senior centre-back options.

Experienced duo Niall McGinn and club captain Charlie Adam were only on the bench against Livingston but both will surely start here.

Hibernian team news

For Hibs, their best striker Kevin Nisbet hobbled off against Celtic and was spotted in the stands wearing a protective boot.

This suggests he'll be out for a while, meaning Christian Doidge will lead the line here and in the near future.

Chris Mueller, who joined from Orlando City in January, could also come into the forward line.

He's attempting the fill the enormous void left by Martin Boyle who's still Hibs' top scorer despite joining Al-Faisaly on 21 January.

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Ben Gray

Ben Gray

Arsenal fan – follow them over land and sea (and Leicester); sofa Celtic supporter; a bit of a football '"encyclopedia".



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